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The Centre-Rightists to allocate 90 candidates for the election

The Centre-Rightists to allocate 90 candidates for the election

Chairman of the Movement For Freedom (MFF) Yuri Hubarevich announced that preliminary lists include about 90 persons which are now being distributed across the constituencies. According to him, the list may expand, and the candidates will be nominated both under the United Civil Party’s (UCP) common list and through collecting the voters’ signatures.

Hubarevich notes that the agenda of this election campaign has shifted significantly away from political issues to social and economic ones. Candidate headquarters will be defending the interests of local communities.

“Our task is to form a Team for Change during the active part of the parliamentary campaign, so that there is a person in every city who has participated in the last campaign and who is trusted, which would allow us to continue focusing our efforts all over the country for a real fight at the presidential election. Over the last three years, the area of the struggle between the Belarusian authorities and active representatives of the society has shifted greatly to the issue of social and economic rights such as the right to safe and clean environment, the right to favourable living conditions, etc.,” he said.

Election will be held on November 7, 2019 to the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly of the 7th convocation and on November 17, 2019 to the House of Representatives.

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